Safety and Health in Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries
The four editors of this book, with the assistance of forty-six experts in their respective fields, have compiled the most comprehensive text available on the hazards present in the agriculture, forestry, and fisheries industries, which have the highest injury rates in the United States.
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Ergonomics in Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries
Occupational Vibration Exposure in Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries
Noise and Hearing Loss in Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries
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